Politics

The House speaker was part of a bipartisan delegation of U.S. lawmakers that met with Jordan's King Abdullah II on Saturday.
President Donald Trump made the decision to hold the summit somewhere else instead of his Miami resort in response to mounting criticism.
“Blam! NEVER doubt that the public’s efforts to hold this corrupt administration accountable is worth all the effort," tweeted former ethics chief Walter Shaub.
"You're the richest people in the world. How in God's name do you feel like a victim?" asks former Goldman Sachs partner Michael Novogratz.
Twitter followers school the president on the difference between a coup and a constitutional process.
The Sanders campaign estimated that the rally drew nearly 26,000 attendees, which would make it the largest Democratic presidential rally of this cycle.
In the four weeks since Nancy Pelosi launched the investigation, Trump has taken steps that have drawn more criticism, not less.
The CNN host said he doesn't want Clinton's comments on Gabbard and Russia to "legitimate these kind of attacks against anybody."
Francis Rooney suggested he might be willing to vote for Trump's ouster.
A conversation about a college student's fear of gun violence turned into a powerful quote that became a tattoo.
The civil rights martyr was memorialized on the shore of the Tallahatchie River in Mississippi, near where his body was discovered in 1955.
Thirty-eight people violated security protocols around non-classified emails, the probe found.
The House speaker praised the late congressman as "a voice of unsurpassed moral clarity and truth" after his sudden and shocking death.
The Michigan congressman rebuked Clinton's suggestion that Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian asset, warning it helps Trump.
The event marked Sanders' formal return to the campaign trail less than three weeks after he suffered a heart attack.
Eight Empire State lawmakers now back the Vermont senator’s Democratic presidential bid.
State Sen. Kate Bolz's congressional district has been held by Republicans since 1964. She wants to change that in 2020.
"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
The last time the White House aide was nabbed using her job for partisan politics, she responded: “Blah, blah, blah ... Let me know when the jail sentence starts.”
Pulling out of Syria is a "grave strategic mistake," the Senate majority leader warned in an op-ed.